Little Ilford is a district of London, England in the London Borough of Newham and the name of a ward in that borough.
Little Ilford is now usually referred to as Manor Park.
Little Ilford and Ilford (historically known as Great Ilford) in the London Borough of Redbridge have a common etymology.
The name is first recorded in the Domesday Book of 1086 as Ilefort and applied means ford over the Hyle; an old name for the River Roding that means “trickling stream”. Great and Little Ilford appear to have always been distinct areas separated by the Roding. The place names of both appear to derive from the ford (and river), rather than deriving from the subdivision of a larger Ilford area.
The Manor of Little Ilford is mentioned (as simply Ilford) in the Domesday Book of 1086, and recorded as being held by one Jocelyn the Lorimer. Domesday also records that the manor was held by two freemen prior to the Norman Conquest. Great Ilford was not mentioned at Domesday as it was part of the Manor of Barking.
Little Ilford became an Ancient Parish centred on St Mary’s Church on Church Street, by the late 12th century – the parish organisation of England was completed at that time and sub-divisions and boundary changes were rare. Little Ilford may have been an exception to the rule in that it may have extended northward in the 16th century.
The area remained an ecclesiastical parish until 1938 and a civil parish in the West Ham Rural Sanitary District in Essex from 1875 to 1886, when it became part the East Ham Urban Sanitary District, and after 1894 the East Ham urban district. It was abolished as a civil parish in 1900, becoming part of the parish of East Ham and from 1915 the County Borough of East Ham.
Ilford and Little Ilford are divided from each other by the North Circular Road, the Alders Brook and the River Roding, and connected by the A118 road.
There is a large comprehensive school in the area called Little Ilford School.
Little Ilford is served by Church Road which contains a variety of shops, food outlets and a cab office. St Stephens Church is located within the boundary of little Ilford. Transport links include the 147 bus route from Canning Town to Ilford.
Top rated driving schools within 5 miles of Little Ilford, Greater London
|Business Name||Rating||Categories||Phone Number||Address|
|RoadRunner Driving School||Driving Schools||+442084729395||468 Katherine Road, Forest Gate E7 8DP, United Kingdom|
|Red Driving School||Driving Schools||+448002888962||1st Floor Kirkdale House, Kirkdale Road, London E11 1HP, United Kingdom|
|Driver Training||Driving Schools||+448001777149||London IG1, United Kingdom|
|S L M Driving School||Driving Schools||+442084707222||74 Katherine Rd, London E6 1EN, United Kingdom|
|Driving College||Driving Schools||+442082817777||7 Epsom Road, Leyton, London, London E10 6ES, United Kingdom|
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Common questions asked by learner drivers in Little Ilford
Q: How much is a 2 hour driving lesson in UK?
A: 2 hour driving lesson in the UK typically costs around £40.
Q: How much is the driving theory test in UK?
A: The driving theory test in the UK typically costs around £23.
Q: Can you learn to drive in a week?
A: It is possible to learn to drive in a week, but it is not recommended. It is better to take your time and learn at a pace that suits you.
Q: How many lessons do you need to pass the driving test?
A: There is no set number of lessons you need to pass the driving test, as everyone learns at a different pace. However, it is typically recommended that you have at least 20 hours of professional driving lessons, plus additional private practice, before taking your test.
Q: How long is a driving test?
A: The driving test in the UK lasts around 40 minutes.
Q: How many lessons does a first time driver need?
A: A first time driver typically needs around 30 hours of professional driving lessons, plus additional private practice, before taking their driving test.
Q: What happens if a learner driver is caught alone in the UK?
A: If a learner driver is caught driving alone in the UK, they will face a fine of up to £1,000 and their driving licence will be revoked.
Q: Is UK driving licence hard to get?
A: The driving licence process in the UK is not particularly difficult, but it is important to make sure you are well prepared before taking your test.